Neuroreader is an MRI imaging report, which utilises processing software for volumetric quantification of identifiable brain structures.
A 3D T1 Saggital protocol sequence is required to run the imaging report. Thickness of slides should be as close to 1mm (max 1.2mm) with no gap between slides. Whole brain should be present with no folding effect.
Neuroreader is preferred by Dr Dale Bredesen in his work on Alzheimer's with atrophy showing in key areas of the brain associated with cognitive changes.
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Raji, Cyrus A, MD, PhD, Ly, Maria BS, Benzinger, Tammie LS, MS PhD. Overview of MR Imaging Volumetric Quantification in Neurocognitive Disorders, Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Dec 2019, Vol 8, Issue 6 p311-315